Antilog is the inverse log function of logarithm function, used to calculate Inverse Log values with respect to the base values. Antilog is also known as Inverse logarithm.

For Base 10 : y = antilog x = 10^{x}

For Base 2 : y = antilog x = 2^{x}

For Base e : y = antilog x = e^{x}

It is very easy to calculate antilog of natural number but for fractional number is difficult. Those value can be calculated using Anti-logarithm table. The below example can help you to find out the exact antilog for the given number. Since Log and antilog are inverse functions, then this means that

10^{Log x} = x, and Log 10^{x} = x

For Examples:

For Base 10 : y = antilog 5 = 10^{5} = 100000

For Base 2 : y = antilog 5 = 2^{5} = 32

For Base e : y = antilog 5 = e^{5} = 148.4132

__Calculating Antilog value for Fractional number__

Example:

antilog_{10}(1.32)= antilog_{10}(1+0.32)

= antilog_{10}(1) x antilog_{10}(0.32)

= 10^{1} x 2.089

= 10 x 2.0890

= 20.89

Above worksheet is a walk through to understand how to calculate antilog value for the given number.

The online Antilog calculator is used to calculate antilog/ inverse logarithm for any given number.

Math Calculators

- Standard Deviation Calculator
- Probability Calculator
- Frequency Converter
- Square Calculator
- Circle Calculator
- Cylinder Calculator
- Midpoint Calculator
- Slope Intercept Form Calculator
- Radical Equation Calculator
- Quadratic Equation Calculator
- Percentage Calculator
- Log Calculator
- Fraction to Decimal calculator
- Radical Calculator
- LCM Calculator